Tuesday, November 25, 2008
My sympathy goes to the family of this young man who decided to take his own life while on the internet. A Bipolar college student decided to commit suicide on the internet while other internet users watched. Apparently, this 19 year-old reached an emotional low and wanted to end his life. The college student took a handful of pills and everyone watching via internet thought it was fake. Some of them were convincing him to take the pills. I think this could have been prevented had someone intervened that was watching via the internet. Do you think that there should be a law that in the event of an emergency viewers should be responsible for reporting such incidents? Why or Why not?
at 11:52 PM
Saturday, November 22, 2008
I am totally flabbergasted about this report that was emailed to me. Apparently, a receipt with a racial slur printed on it was listed a reason for a return at a Kansas City store named "Journey's". Yeah, I know it is difficult to believe. But, watch this report and see for yourself. Outrageous!
at 7:21 PM
I want to know tips you may want to share for surviving this bad economy. There has always been a must have in our family--beans, pasta, sugar, flour, eggs, cornmeal. With these ingredients you can always have your belly full. In addition, we clip coupons. What are your frugal tips?
at 7:05 PM
Friday, November 7, 2008
Look at this new website for paid surveys. This site was recommended by a reputable source. The website is www.your2cents.com. Personally, I don't have any direct experience working with them, however, I will because I joined today! You should too! Supposedly, this company pays $1-$5 per survey. As always, I will keep you posted on other reputable paid online survey sites.
at 10:51 PM
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Congratualtions to President-elect Barack Obama! With overwhelming support from the youth, he cruised to victory! This election was not about an african-american president. It was about who was the best candidate and who could make the best decisions for our Country. Now let's truly become united as a country, with support and prayers for our next President Barack Obama!
at 10:37 AM
Saturday, November 1, 2008
On Halloween day, our family visited Navy Pier in Chicago. We had a great time! Among the crowd of ghouls and gobblins were Polyesian fire dancers, vampires on stilts, and a haunted house. Of course there was the Ferris Wheel, and other rides to enjoy. A great selection of restaurants for all. To top it off, there was fireworks! Great time had by all attendees! Next time plan to be at Navy Pier. P.S.: Christmas is a great time to visit Navy Pier too! I am looking forward
at 10:35 AM